Archives: Personal Finance

5 Money Myths Debunked – Stop Thinking Wrongly about Money!

July 19, 2013 | By Lianne Martha Laroya | 2 Comments | Filed in: Personal Finance, Saving Money.

Are you guilty of thinking these money myths? Well, I’ve taken the liberty to break them all down to you to help you improve your money mindset. Why is it important to focus on the mindset before anything else, you ask? Friends, financial freedom isn’t just about having lots of money to sleep on! It’s • Read More »

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Estate Planning 101 – How It Can Affect Your Wealth?

April 7, 2013 | By Garry De Castro | 3 Comments | Filed in: Personal Finance.

What is ESTATE? Estate as defined by Investopedia goes like this – All of the valuable things an individual owns, such as real estate, art collections, collectibles, antiques, jewelry, investments and life insurance. In short, all your money in the bank, mutual funds, uitf, stocks + your real estate property like house and lot, farm lot, • Read More »

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ANC On The Money- Payment Innovations

September 15, 2012 | By admin2 | No Comments | Filed in: ANC On the Money, Credit Cards / Debts, Personal Finance, Videos.

Filipinos have been widely associated with the culture of spending.  Today’s era has been dubbed as the era of “plastic.” Many prefer paying thru credit cards rather than cash. On the Money, with guest Maria Cristina Go (SVP & Card Banking Head of BPI)  talks about the different kinds of payment innovations, with the respecting • Read More »

Money and Finance Quotes from Facebook

July 6, 2012 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: Personal Finance.

Let me just share today some Quotes related to personal finance, investing and money I got from Facebook. These are excellent quotes and statements about money to live by. Some are funny too but true. From ‘pareng’ Warren Buffet On Earning: “Never depend on single income. Make investment to create a second source”. On Spending: • Read More »

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Do You Love Your Work?

October 20, 2011 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: Personal Finance.

One time, while driving, I was talking with my wife Aileen about work and out of nowhere the question ‘How much do you love your work‘? comes into the picture. I was trying to remember how it was brought up and all I can think of was the idea that those who love their work • Read More »

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Attending J. Randell Tiongson’s “Steps to Financial Peace” Tomorrow

August 11, 2011 | By Garry De Castro | No Comments | Filed in: Personal Finance, Seminars.

Tomorrow, August 12, 2011, I’ll be attending the “Steps to Financial Peace” by Randell Tiongson together with Francis Kong, Paulo Tibig and Jayson Lo. I’m excited meeting these finance giants in person. I’m sure it will be a fun-filled with learning the whole day. Should you also attend, and would want to share or chitchat about stocks, • Read More »

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